Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 19, 1972 · Page 17
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 17

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, April 19, 1972
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18 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Wed., April 19, 1972 Sixth UNC Public Lecture Discusses Daniel Berrigan Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kiefer will present the sixth in a series of public lectures s|Hnsored by the University of Northern Color a d o Rnglish Department, Tuesday, April 25. The lecture will be on tbe works of the author, playwright, poet Kr. Daniel Berrigan, S.J. It will be free ami be held in room 243 of the University Center beginning at 7:30 p.m. The Kieters have tilled their lecture, "Daniel Berrigan: The Flesh Made Word." Berrigan, whose recent work, "The Trial of the Calonsville Nine," has taken the form of a n o f f - B r o a d w a y play representative of Ihe new "factual theater," is not a newcomer to the literary scene. Since 1942, when his first poem a p p e a r e d i n "America" magazine, he has published eight volumes of his prose, seven collections of his poetry, and numerous articles in reputable journals. In 1960, his book, "False G o d s , Real Men," w a s nominated for a National Book award in poetry and in 1957 he won the respected Lamont Poetry prize for "Time W i t h o u t Number," his first published collection. Father Berrigan, who once described poetry as "the primary inevitable response lo tyranny," has been more noted on the contemporary scene for his active t h a n for his poetic response," according to the Heifers. On Feb. 24 of this year he was released on parole from Danhuiy Prison, having served . . L E C T U R E O N . B E R R I G A N - Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Keifer' w i j l present a free lecture, Tuesday, April 23, in room 213 of the UNC University Center titled, "Daniel Berrigan: The;Flesh Made Word." ( U N C photo by Bob Waters) KXtoolwortK THE fWPlACi TO SHOP f OR THE ENTIRE f AMIIV SPRIN6 GARDEN CIALS! Glorious Spring rose bushes ready to plant *I4I I Fill your garden with beauty! Choose from giant assortment of healthy plants in reds, pinks or yellow. PACKAGED ROSE BUSHES1 CQ ani i1 7Q Grade 1 and V/i bushes. All ynur faroritcslXi J J JL, / *J Your choice of colorful begonia bulbs 89' Pkg. of 2 Specially priced beauties grow full 2" diameter blossoms. Hurry in and slarl your garden early! Long stemmed, rainbow mixed g l a d i o l i bulbs half of a three-year sentence resulting from his conviction for burning draft records at Calonsville, Md. "This act was performed by a man described as 'prophetic' or as 'phrenetic' depending upon the point of view in disparate circles. Hut the' placing of this act was that 'inevitable response' made in the spirit of such major American poets as Robert Lowell, A l l e n Ginsberg, LeRoi Jones and others, among whom the tendency has been to blur the distinction between art' and 'life,' say the Kiefcrs. Jerry Kiefer, an instructor at Aims College, has his M.A. from UNC. Rita Kiefer, an instructor at UNC, has her M.A. from the University of 'Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. Both speakers have followed the development of Berrigon, particularly as poet, over the past several years. In their ccture they will attempt lo provide the audience with an exposure to Berrigan's poetry focusing on a selection of representative poems. Kince some of these poems do speak directly to Ihe writer's role as a prominent radical intellectual, lowever, remarks on the evoln- ;ion of Berrigan's personal philosophy will be included. The camel will t a k e n one drinking as much as 25 gallons of water in a few m i n u t e s . School Board Recall Sought At Idaho Sprgs. IDAHO SPRINGS, Colo. ( A P -- A series of petitions, each bearing approximately the number of signatures'as the. lost school election t u r n o u t ! here, were filed with the local school boiird Tuesday nighl- . . seeking the recall of the boardr mda J' ln a accident here has been identified as Joan Brown, who was committed to the State Hospital all Integrity Com-jp u c blo in 1%5 following the miltee, a group of Clear Creek;shunting death of a University; County citizens in District UEl,| 0 f Colorado student want the voters lo oust Glen Mrs. Brown, known as Joan Sluarl at the lime of her death, was killed when her motorcycle collided w i t h an auto on the chairman and two other board members. Tlie School Paddock, treasurer of the board; Gale Ilankel, secretary; and HoberI Mills, board chair- Woman Killed In Mishap Was Joan Brown Accused Hijacker's Bond Reduced to $35,000 LOS ANGELES (AP) - Bail for an accused aircraft hijacker |was reduced Tuesday 'from FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) $350,000 to $35,000 by a U.S. ' "' " magistrate who doubted the correctness of his' action. "1 will be criticized no mailer what I do in this case . . I cannot be positive of the cor- l-l- A . 3(i -.V-'ar-o!l woman killed man. More t h a n 800 signatures vere collected on petitions against each of the three members and were presented to the board. They mandate a yes-no election between June 1C. The petitions hoard of failing May 15 and accuse tbe to take inventory of school property, an inventory ordered by a grand j u r y ; inadequate transportation I make my decision," said Magistrate Ralph J. Getfen after the accused, Ricardo Chavez-Ortiz, assured him that he would not abandon his wife and to and .from schools; disregani![j ol] | ( j er city's outskirts. Authorities said she had been released from the mental hospital at Pu'eblo 2Vi years ago after it had been ruled she was restored to reason. She was enrolled at Colorado State University here as a graduate student in sociology and anthropology. Mrs. Rrown was arrested March 16, 1965, the same day police found the body of James Pearson, 20, shot to death at the foot of. the Flat Trans near eight children in Los Angeles bail money/ for Ortiz. A -fund of a large number of petitioners! who request application for accreditation by the Xorlh-Cen- Ira! Accreditation Association; renewal of Supt. Robt. Metzler's contract before expiration; and failure to question the teaching system. II appears the last point is a! Authorities said Pearson had been dating Mrs. Hrown, but that she had become enraged when siic learned he held sympathy for the Nazis. She told officials she and her parents had i t n p l i s 0 ned in a .Japanese - validity of Ihe modularip r i s o n , amp d u r i n g World War iir\rt cij(.-fsitYt it l ° She was found innocent by major i.ssue. Melzlcr instUutedlrcason of insanity at her trail modular teaching, a less struc-iand committed "lo- the State lured approach to education in| Hospital. She was returned to which pupils are given greater-trie hospital in 1968 following a freedom to select their c i r r i c u l u m . and shape-second sanity hearing in Dis- lijacked -the ; aircraft to publicize the'social injustices suf- I e r e d by Spanish-speaking people in the United States. · In reducing bail, the magistrate told Chavez-Ortiz, who las become a hero to the Mexican-American community', that IB must keep "in constant redness of my actions even as touch'" with Bert'Corona, former slate chairman of the Mexican-American Political 'Association. His · attorneys -said" it would ake about a week to raise the Uriel Court here. and flee the country. "I'm a man of honor and pride and dignity. I'm not a criminal," the 35-year-old de^ fendant told Geffen. Bail was originally set at $500,000 for Chavez-Ortiz, who is accused of hijacking a Frontier Airliner jetliner from Albuquerque, N.M., to Los Angeles, last Thursday. The amount was reduced later lo $350,000 on appeal. Geffen said his decision to reduce bail f u r t h e r was based on the fact that during the hijacking Chjvez-Ortiz' gun was unloaded and that he had surrendered peacefully without making a ransom demand. Authorities did accede, however, to Chavez-Ortiz' demand that he be allowed to voice his grievances to the news media'. In an impromptu news conference held aboard the hijacked jet after 16 other passengers aboard were released, Chavez-Ortiz, an unemployed raising'drive is now under way sponsored by a Mexican-American coalition. lime over the past two weeks in Geffen set a preliminary the absence of the owner. hearing for April 2*. but government attorneys indicated that they may take the case to a federal grand jury for a possible indictment. TOURS, France (AP) -- Five paintings, including an early cubist work by Picasso, were stolen from a private apartment in Tours, south of Paris recently, It was discovered. Monday. The works were valued si $586,000, police said. The burglars, apparently using master keys, operated sorn« City .of Greeley Department of Culture HOBBY FAIR - 1972 Address- telephone Nc..._ _ Senior Junior (16 or under)__ | Hobby Classification (circle one) 1. Fine Arts 2. Creative .! . . Crafts 3. Artifacts- 4. Collections 5. Scientific | ' 6. Historical 7. Other . \ Name of Hobby f How long have you had this hobby? _ | E Do you have other hobbies that you do 1 not plan to enter?___ . . | icook, lold newsmen thai he had = If so, please list your other hobbies Type of display--facilities needed? (circle one) A. Table [ ' B. Wall C. Floor = How much space do you need? (sq. feet) colorful gar- diameter gladioli w colors, 16 YOU C A N ' T K E E P A G O O D SEERSUCKER DOWN! 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